The Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh

1921 – 2021

It is with great sadness that Hoveton Parish Council hears of His Royal Highness Prince Philip’s passing.

We join the rest of the nation in mourning as we remember his remarkable life, the dedication to his Queen and Country, the Commonwealth and beyond with huge respect, admiration and affection.
Over the next 8 days, we will observe a period of mourning and will be paying respect to His Royal Highness.
To avoid unnecessary social contact, you can email your condolences to [email protected] Books of condolences will not be available at the NNDC office in Cromer or Fakenham Connect office.
You will also be able to leave a message in the ebook of condolence on the official royal website. Here: https://www.royal.uk/
With respect to the current circumstances, floral tributes will be discouraged at this time at NNDC offices in Cromer and Fakenham however, consideration could be made towards the monarchs nominated charities.
If you wish to find out more, please call NNDC on: 01263 513811.

 

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Hoveton & Wroxham Medical Centre

COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATE –

Please visit their website for more information:

www.hovetonandwroxhammedicalcentre.nhs.uk

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Norfolk County Council Survey

NCC invites the residents of Hoveton Parish to take part in a survey on how you feel about tourism in your area.

The survey is part of the Norfolk County Council EXPERIENCE project and is about summer and winter tourism. It will be carried out every six months over the next 2-3 years.

Take part here: https://surreyfbel.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bQoQxu2MzFR2Pyu

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ANGLIAN WATER UPDATE

As you are aware there has been a County wide concern regarding excess surface water recently and this is also inundating the sewage networks.
One way to contribute to helping Anglian Water and the other authorities and agencies is changing your habits at home.
How can I keep my pipes clear at home?
You can help prevent pollution from avoidable blockages by making small changes in your kitchen and bathroom. These changes will make a big difference to not only keeping our water flowing and your bills down, but protecting the environment as well. By only letting water go down your sink and only flushing water and the three Ps (poo, pee and toilet paper) down your loo, you help the water cycle. It makes it easier and cheaper for us to treat water and return it back to rivers and waterways.
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COMMUNITY UPDATE

03-21 Cluster POLICE UPDATE
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